The Planners: Concepts in Urban Planning in Israel

Published February 2013
Editors: Tali Hatuka, Tovi Fenster
Participants: Tami Zandberg, Talya Margalit, Hubert Law-Yon, Oren Yiftachel, Iris Levin, Shira Gorali, Dikla Yizhar, Erez Tzfadia, Haim Yacobi, Yonatan Rokam, Ziva Kolodni, Yoav Meiri, Niki Davidov, Ravit Hananel, Efrat Eizenberg.
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This project seeks to identify and present key concepts in urban planning in Israel that influences contemporary practice. These concepts are presented by practitioners and academicians with an aim of developing a critical perspective about the way they are used, understood, and abused and misinterpreted. Key terms: Land, Sharon, Public Good, Criticism, Vision, Landscape production, being “planned,” immigration, (law) Exclusion, Unity and Multiplicity, Feelings, Criteria, Plan Deal, Language, Planning Chain, Self-building, Regeneration.

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